Header & Footer
Hide the Header and Footer in Divi
Are you looking for a quick and easy way to hide the header and footer in Divi? You’ve come to the right place! Spare yourself hours of grappling with CSS. There is no code needed. And no additional plugins are needed either. Just a quick, simple option to change.
It’s a WordPress World
Did you know that according to W3Techs, 2 out of every 5 websites are built using WordPress? And the most popular WordPress theme in use today is the extraordinary Divi by Elegant Themes.
There is an excellent reason for this popularity. It works! The Divi theme offers so much functionality. It is continuously updated and improved. And the community support surrounding Divi is excellent. What’s not to love?!
Down the rabbit hole
So you’re building a page on your shiny new website (using the awesome DIVI builder) and you want to hide the header and footer on this particular page. Googling the problem could take you down the rabbit hole of CSS (Cascading Style Sheets). Or maybe you’ve come across a plugin which promises to hide the header and footer in Divi for you.
But wait, those options will just add bloat to your lovely new site. And thanks to the lovely folks over at Elegant Themes, there is a simple way to hide the header and footer in Divi. Super easy to do but very easy to overlook! Here are the steps required.
A Simple Option Easily Overlooked
You will need to Edit Post on the backend. From the list of Attributes found on the right hand side scroll down until you find Template. From the drop down options choose Blank Page.
Voila! No header and footer on that individual page.
Far easier than CSS. Much tidier than an extra Plugin. Just very easily overlooked.
Mandy Bungey BSc. MICB PM.Dip
As an IT Consultant I have over 25 years sole trader experience. Since learning my trade for the launch of Microsoft Windows 95, I have supported end users with their technology in a friendly way ever since, without having to resort to technical jargon or geek speak! I live with my husband in the beautiful rural Herefordshire countryside on the England and Wales Borders. You can read more about me here.